recording of Bat Wing, by Sax Rohmer.
Read by Mark Nelson.
Private detective Paul Harley investigates a mysterious case involving voodoo, vampirism, and macabre murder in the heart of London. The first book in the Paul Harley series, written by Sax Rohmer, author of The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu. (Summary by Mark Nelson)
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May 27, 2013
what a treat.
If you love early 1900 genre, this is a great mystery story, well read. Voodoo and the mysterious sees our detectives stumped for a while. A little of the 'far east' and interest in the occult, captivating French woman and maybe a damsel in distress and odd sounds of footsteps in the night all come in to play.
Sardonique Schadenfreude Rictus
February 27, 2013
Great diction and voice characterizations !
Mark Nelson's clear pronunciation, accent and pitch transitions (for indicating gender) made this a very smooth and immersive listen. Thank you for setting the bar nice and high for other LibriVox readers. THIS is how it is done properly !